Chiefs vs Raiders live stream: how to watch NFL Sunday Night Football from anywhere
We all know what happened the last time these two faced off. Week 5 produced the first major shock of the season, and Andy Reid has gone all Michael Jordan in the build-up to today’s rematch, getting fired up about an apparent bus ride victory lap the Raiders took after defeating the reigning Super Bowl champs. Tensions are simmering very nicely indeed, and you can read on as we explain how to watch the NFL online and get a Chiefs vs Raiders live stream wherever you are right now.
Chiefs vs Raiders live stream
Kick-off time for today’s Chiefs vs Raiders game is 8.20pm ET/5.20pm PT, which is 1.20am GMT in the early hours of Monday morning. A number of TV and streaming options are available for the game, and you can always enjoy your favorite NFL coverage wherever you are by using a reliable VPN.
Better still, both franchises are in outstanding form. The Chiefs have won four of four since that night, and the Raiders are on a run of three victories from three, having lost to the Bucs a week after those heroics at the Arrowhead.
It’s no surprise to see Kansas doing so well again this season, but after an inconsistent start the Raiders have emerged as genuine contenders too, which is all the more impressive considering their switch from Oakland to Vegas after a disappointing 2019 campaign.
KC are, naturally, the favorites, and they’ve had a bye week to plot and obsess over their revenge. Perhaps that explains Reid’s bizarre bus outburst. But while Patrick Mahomes has had a literal rest, it wasn’t really too different for Derek Carr last Sunday, as the Raiders waltzed their way to a 37-12 victory over the Broncos.
Having finally exorcised his Arrowhead demons last month, can Carr outshine Mahomes again? Read on as we explain how to watch the Chiefs vs Raiders online and get an NFL live stream from anywhere this Sunday.
How to watch the Chiefs vs Raiders from outside your country
If you’ve mismatched a holiday or you’re away on business and you want to watch your country’s coverage from outside your country – or if you’re trying to get around dreaded blackouts – then you’ll need to use a VPN. This will help you dial in to a location back in your home country to avoid geo-blocks and regain access to the content and services you already pay for back home.
A VPN is generally perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location when the big game is on.
Use a VPN to stream NFL action live from anywhere
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Once you’ve chosen and installed your VPN of choice, simply open the service’s corresponding app, hit ‘choose location’, select the appropriate country and you’ll be able to watch the broadcast as if you were back at home.
How to watch a FREE Chiefs vs Raiders live stream of today’s NFL game in the US
Today’s Chiefs vs Raiders game is being shown on NBC, with kick-off scheduled for 8.20pm ET/5.20pm PT.
If you have it as part of your cable package, you can stream the game directly through the NBC website – or consider an over-the-top streaming service like Sling TV, whose Sling Blue package comes with NBC in most of the league’s biggest markets. Check out a FREE Sling Blue trial to see if it’s right for you.
How to watch Chiefs vs Raiders FREE without cable
In general though, we recommend fuboTV as the best to watch NFL games without cable this season.
That’s because for complete coverage of all nationally televised NFL games in the 2020/21 regular season without cable, you need access to Fox, CBS, NBC, ESPN and NFL Network – and only fuboTV currently offers them allto the best of our knowledge.
Pricing starts from $64.99 a month, which is a darn sight cheaper than cable, and there’s even a FREE 7-day fuboTV trial you can take advantage of. That means you can watch today’s Chiefs vs Raiders game 100% free!
One of the things we love about fubo is that it makes canceling easy if you decide it’s not for you – and it’s easy to get started, too, thanks to a slick payment system that accepts internationally recognized payment platform PayPal as well as major credit and debit cards.
Not interested in signing up for cable or for a streaming service? Yahoo is showing every NFL game that’s being broadcast in your local TV market for free through its Yahoo Sports app, including the Chiefs vs Raiders.
Chiefs vs Raiders live stream: how to watch today’s NFL game FREE in Canada
Today’s Chiefs vs Raiders clash kicks off at 8.20pm ET/5.20pm PT in Canada, and TSN, CTV and RDS are providing linear TV coverage.
When it comes to streaming though, Canadian NFL fans are some of the luckiest in the world, as DAZN includes coverage of every single 2020/21 regular season game.
That obviously means the Chiefs vs Raiders game is covered, and it’s an absolute steal as DAZN costs just CA$20 a month or $150 a year – there’s even a free DAZN trialdeal currently running that will get you access for nothing! Not only do you get every single NFL game, including NFL Game Pass and RedZone access, but DAZN’s also the exclusive Canadian streaming home of Premier League and Champions League soccer!
It comes with support for iOS, Android, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, Xbox One, PS4, and laptop/PC streaming (including Mac devices).
Payment is easy, too, as DAZN accepts a wide range of credit and debit cards, plus internationally recognized online payment platform PayPal for added convenience.
Don’t forget, you can take your preferred NFL coverage with you no matter where you are in or out of the Great White North – just grab hold of an effective VPN and follow our instructions above.
Raiders vs Chiefs live stream UK: how to watch NFL online tonight
UK-based American fans can watch up to six NFL games live and in their entirety each week courtesy of Sky Sports, with the network now boasting a new dedicated Sky Sports NFL channel as well as offering access to the live RedZone highlights show each Sunday.
Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs is one of this weekend’s featured games, and is being shown on both Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports NFL. The game kicks off at 1.20am GMT on Monday morning, with coverage starting at 1.10am.
If you don’t already have Sky and aren’t up for subscribing, the best option right now to watch these games in terms of value for money is Now TV, whose Sky Sports Monthly Pass costs £33.99 per month, and you can cancel at any time. Now TV also offers a £9.99 24-hour pass if you really only need to watch a game or two.
You can also tune in to the Raiders vs Chiefs via the NFL Game Pass Pro, as £143.99 gets you every single game of the 2020/21 season (subject to blackouts) including the playoffs, Super Bowl, RedZone access and more!
Not in the UK but still want to catch the action on Sky Sports? Grabbing a VPN will let you log into a UK IP address so you can live stream NFL as if you were at home.
How to watch Raiders vs Chiefs: live stream NFL in Australia
If you live in Australia and want to watch the NFL this season, you have several options to do so and are well covered for this week’s Raiders vs Chiefs game, which is scheduled to start at 12.20pm AEDT on Monday.
ESPN, available through Foxtel, will be broadcasting the game, and you can also stream it to your laptop or mobile device using the Foxtel Go app, but you’ll need your Foxtel ID to access the app.
Kayo Sports is also showing the Raiders vs Chiefs.
The streaming service has a Basic and a Premium plan, with the difference being you can watch on two devices with the Basic plan for $25 per month and on three devices with the Premium plan for $35 per month. The best news? Both plans come with a FREE 14-day trial, so if you’re looking just to watch a specific game or two you can cancel after the 14 days.
However, for the proper, live-for-it NFL fans, we highly recommend you sign up for an NFL Game Pass as it is also available in Australia, and even though it is marginally more expensive you have a much wider range of features.
Should I buy an NFL Game Pass?
Watching NFL online has never been easier thanks to the wide variety of streaming services now available. However, the league also has its own streaming service called the NFL Game Pass which allows die-hard football fans to watch every game.
It’s really geared towards international fans and that’s where it’s a great option. In most of the NFL’s main international markets, a Game Pass Pro subscription will get you access to every single regular season and playoff game live, plus the Super Bowl, and you also get the league’s live highlights show, RedZone. It costs £14.99 a week or £143.99 a year, so if you’re a big fan who watches multiple games every week, it breaks down quite favourably.
As well as the UK and Ireland, the service is available in countries like Mexico, Germany and most of Europe, and Australia – with only ‘domestic markets’ the US and Canada missing out on the full-fat offering.
Instead, there’s a US and Canada-only Game Pass option available for $99 a a year that lets you watch commercial-free full game replays right after they’ve finished. Not the worst offer we’ve ever heard, but don’t get caught out – GamePass does not offer live NFL games in the US or Canada.
Should you decide to give Game Pass a shot, apps for Android and iOS mobile devices as well as on the likes of Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, PS4, and more are available – plus you can obviously watch on your laptop or desktop computer through a browser.
The only caveat for non-domestic markets (e.g. the UK) are that some games are subject to blackout restrictions due to deals with local pay TV providers (e.g. Sky).